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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 11

8:59 AM CDT on April 11, 2022

    • Crain's editorial: Lack of coordination between agencies could hurt region's chance of getting infra grants
    • "Where we're faster than cars, people will come": New Pace CEO aims for express buses on Tri-State (Herald)
    • Driver fleeing Near North traffic stop struck several peds, injuring young girl, 2 women, officer (Tribune)
    • Driver T-boned another vehicle Saturday night at Adams/Michigan, critically injuring woman, 60 (Sun-Times)
    • ISP: 3 hurt, 1 critically, after IDOT trucker, passenger vehicle driver crash on Eisenhower Expressway (ABC)
    • Metra surveillance footage helps tie suspect to murder of Francisco Zavala, 26, in Round Lake (LMS)
    • After man shot on CTA bus Sunday morning at Pulaski/Polk, union prez says violence is out of control (ABC)
    • Man, 30, was shot at, then struck and critically injured, while walking in Belmont Cragin (Sun-Times)
    • Man asked woman who was smoking on Pink Line for a cigarette, attacked her after she refused (CBS)
    • CPD: Man is robbing bus and train riders near CTA Red, Green lines, no injuries so far (ABC)

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